Summary: Overall, I am happy with the monitor. The images are great. The size and ability to adjust it many directions is fantastic. The big drawback is the speakers. No matter what I do, everything sounds like it is in a tunnel. It can be disorienting/annoying over time.
Summary: I needed a monitor to stop me from going blind running Final Cut Pro at home. I usually do broadcast quality work out of a post facility on either Avid or Final Cut. I didn't want to invest too much for the webisode work I sometimes do from home.
Summary: Comments about NEC MultiSync EA241WM-BK Widescreen LCD Monitor: I think when was more monitor available with resolution 1920x1200 was easier to find good monitor like LG W2452T. Now we have few monitor with the quality and resolution 1920x1200, so if want sharp image, Brightness and real Contrast...
Summary: I got this as a gift for my wife and like it very much. The monitor was very well packaged and came with all cables. (DVI, SVGA, regular audio, digital audio & power cord). I had the monitor unpacked and on the desk in two minutes.
Summary: I ordered this believing NEC could make a decent monitor for this price ... I wasn't looking for bells and whistles ... just solid standard performance. What I got was a piece of junk ... the illumination is terrible ... bright at the bottom, dark at the top ...
Summary: Comments about NEC MultiSync EA241WM-BK Widescreen LCD Monitor: I did a lot of research before I bought this 24" monitor from NEC. The NEC site actually offers a lot of information on monitor selection. I am an NEC monitor fan. This is the second monitor I have hooked up on my PC.
J. Platt "Obbsessed with technology since '88", Amazon
23 April 2009
Summary: Order a pair of these for home office, and I am really pleased. The build quality is top notch, no dead pixels, and all the accessories were included. NEC calls these "enterprise displays" because the housing is very simple matte black, with only a single blue LED to indicate power.
Summary: Dual screen PC setup. Needed a second monitor to match one I already had. Liked the ease of access to adjustment controls and specially its ability to rotate 90 degrees so I can view portrait images as large as possible when photoediting in Adobe's Lightroom and Photoshop.
Summary: Ok, when I was looking for monitors one of the prime items on the list is that it had not be black, and white was ideal. Secondly it had to have good colour and also a more compact pixel to match up with my Powerbook 17" it mates to, as the jump in pixel size to the average monitor is about 15%...